Has 130 grams of poly-fill quilted insulation. Features a zipper and button closure to keep out drafts. Equipped with double front and side pockets. Drawstring hood is on the larger side and fits easily over most hats.
The arms aren't insulated like the body of the jacket, which disappointed some consumers.
Has a quilted polyester lining. Loose cut makes the jacket ideal for layering. Runs true to size and fits taller wearers well in the torso. Available in plaid types. A great price, so many wearers buy more than one.
Pockets aren't very big or deep, so some consumers didn't find them practical.
Made with suede, corduroy, and flannel. Lined with plush faux sherpa that keeps wearers warm and cozy. Has front and wrist snap closures. One of the less bulky designs among flannel jackets.
Some consumers were disappointed in the quality and cut of the jacket.
Sherpa-lined chest and back. Jersey hood is thick and keeps the head and neck warm. Updated design features warmer, thicker construction. Equipped with elbow pads for unique, functional detail.
Mixed reviews regarding the fit, with many saying the jacket is cut fairly small.
Classic shirt jacket style with faux sherpa lining. Relaxed fit wears well over base layers. Sleeves had a quilted polyester lining. A well-made, comfortable fit with options in 3XL. Available in 10 plaid colors.
Some report the jacket doesn't wash well and may end up warping.
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